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Proposed Budget Cuts to Global Health Might Be Bad Medicine for State Economies: Public Health Watch Report
A new report by Global Health Technologies Coalition assesses the economic impact of cuts to global health R&D on the economies of US states.
Single-Dose Of Ebola Vaccine May Provide Protection Against Deadly Disease for Up to 2 Years
A recent study has found that a single-dose of Merck's Ebola vaccine delivers antibodies that can last for 1 to 2 years.
Researchers Pinpoint Cause of <i>Candida auris</i> Outbreak in the United Kingdom
An outbreak of infections caused by the drug-resistant fungus, Candida auris, in one United Kingdom hospital has been linked to multi-use patient equipment.
Understanding Infectious Disease Risks Associated with Drug Diversion & How to Prevent Events
If there are controlled substances at your facility, diversion is happening. What can be done to prevent future events?
Preliminary Case Series Provides Snapshot of Hepatitis A Outbreak in Michigan
Researchers present preliminary case series of confirmed cases of hepatitis A virus at Detroit Medical Center as Michigan struggles with ongoing outbreak.
Endocarditis Joins HIV and Hepatitis Among Infections Related to Opioid Epidemic: Public Health Watch
Infections associated with the ongoing opioid epidemic in the United States apparently know no bounds.
Researchers Identify Mechanism That May Lead to Age Disparity in Chronic HBV
Researchers have identified the OX40 pathway as playing a key role in viral clearance.
Treating Hepatitis C Virus and HIV Coinfections in Intravenous Drug Users
Unique considerations are called for when caring for intravenous drug users with newly diagnosed HIV/HCV coinfections.